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Thumbs up for recycling efforts

LITTLE by little, the waste segregation at source practised by Penangites is helping the environment and reducing the load on the Pulau Burung sanitary landfill.


U.S. Supreme Court nominee steers clear of Trump criticism

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh stressed on Thursday that he believes the judiciary has broad authority to check the power of the White House, but refused to criticise the man who selected him, President Donald Trump.


After Navy operation, May's spokesman says UK has strong ties with China

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has a strong relationship with China, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said on Thursday, after Beijing expressed anger over a Royal Navy warship sailing close to islands claimed by China in the South China sea.


Gunman slays three at Cincinnati bank before police kill him

(Reuters) - A gunman dressed in a business suit opened fire inside a bank in downtown Cincinnati early on Thursday, killing three people and wounding others before being shot and killed by police, authorities said.


Italy magistrates investigate 20 suspects over bridge collapse

GENOA, Italy (Reuters) - Italian magistrates are investigating 20 people for alleged manslaughter after 43 people died when a motorway bridge collapsed in the port city of Genoa last month, the chief prosecutor said.


Factbox - Policies of main parties in Swedish election

(Reuters) - Sweden holds a parliamentary election on Sunday dominated by immigration and its effects on the welfare system.


Romania government picks little-known Florea for chief anti-corruption role

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's justice minister nominated a little-known regional official, Adina Florea, for the post of national anti-corruption prosecutor on Thursday, following the controversial removal of Laura Codruta Kovesi from the post in July.


India throws out ban on gay sex, but challenges remain

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's top court scrapped a colonial-era ban on gay sex on Thursday, in a landmark judgement that sparked celebrations across India and elsewhere in South Asia, where activists hope to push for similar reform.


Afghan troops to train in China, ambassador says

BEIJING (Reuters) - China will train Afghan troops on Chinese soil, Afghanistan's ambassador to Beijing said, describing the military cooperation as an effort to fight al Qaeda and Islamic State militants bent on attacking China from its western neighbour.